News: MSW Program

Behind the Masks: Stories from Alumni and Students on the COVID Frontline

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | November 1, 2021
Every year, thousands of UCF grads walk off a stage with bulbs flashing and brimming with excitement as they begin the next chapter of their lives.   Thanks to the global...

MSW Fellowship Students Share Their Research

Written By: UCF School of Social Work | August 4, 2021
The UCF School of Social Work MSW Traditional Track awarded six new first-year graduate level students with a $10,000 fellowship to assist them with tuition, fees, and other expenses for academic year...

UCF School of Social Work Awards Six Students a $10,000 Fellowship

Written By: UCF School of Social Work | November 16, 2020
The UCF School of Social Work MSW Traditional Track has awarded six new first-year graduate level students with a $10,000 fellowship to assist them with tuition, fees, and other expenses...

The Right Time Is Now, an MSW Graduate’s Journey Towards Success

Written By: UCF School of Social Work | July 29, 2020
Massiel Hernandez ’17 ’18 MSW has an infectious positive attitude in all that she does. “The idea of helping someone was engrained in me as a child,” she said. Through...

Social Work Student Launches Food Pantry at Community School

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | March 6, 2020
Celine Rodriguez, a social work graduate student, didn’t really understand food insecurity issues until she witnessed it firsthand at the Academic Center for Excellence in Parramore during her internship. She...

UCF School of Social Work MSW Graduate & Doctoral Candidate Receives International Grant to Help Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Written By: The School of Social Work | December 11, 2019
Kenan Sualp, ‘15 MSW and a current public affairs doctoral student within the social work track, has received a grant from the International Association for Social Work with Groups (IASWG)...

Driven by Pulse: Social Work Graduate Aims to Change the World

Written By: Drexler B. James ’13 | June 11, 2019
In June 2016, Gabriel Martinez began to think about how he wanted to change the world around him following his graduation with a master’s degree from the School of Social...

Alumni Spotlight: Kristen Buckley Crane ’10 ’12

Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | August 27, 2018
Twenty. That’s the number of United States armed forces veterans who die each day by suicide. It’s that number that keeps Kristen Crane ’10 ‘12 going each day. As a...

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